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28th June, 2023

CALL Scotland

CALL Scotland
A Communication and Assistive Technology Newsletter

28th June, 2023

The CALL Scotland team have been working from home as much as possible. If you need to get in touch please phone the main answerphone on 0131 651 6236 or email call.scotland@ed.ac.uk and we will get back to you.

Our latest blogs

Ideas for Creating Art via Eye Gaze

This blog explores some accessible digital art tools, primarily for learners who are exploring eye gaze access. It’s by no means a comprehensive overview, and we welcome feedback about software and apps that work well for your learners.

View the 2023 ASL and Technology conference sessions!

You can still sign up retrospectively for the 2023 ASL and Technology conference which took place on 14th June and view the 20 Assistive Technology sessions.

Inclusive Technology Professional Learning Modules to Support ASN

CALL has developed a series of technology learning modules to support learners with additional support needs. The learning modules cover technology to support dyslexia, visual impairment, using the iPad and how to create accessible documents.

A resume of this term's blogs for our existing and new subscribers

Here we bring you the best of CALL blog posts over the past term with an eclectic mix of thought-provoking articles on ASN and inclusive digital technology.

Training courses

90 minute Online Learning workshops - £40 per person per workshop.

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    Free webinars

    30 minute online workshops delivered to your desktop.

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      And finally...

      Cerebral Palsy Scotland conference - 3 October, Glasgow

      The Cerebral Palsy Scotland conference exhibition allows delegates to check out different services and organisations in that support people with cerebral palsy and their families.

      5-week course - Technology to Support Dyslexia in Education

      This 5 week online course will focus on and explore a range of technologies, resources, and strategies to support learners with literacy difficulties arising from dyslexia.

      Our previous courses - recordings available to purchase

      You can still purchase a recording of the sessions and you'll receive the resources as well!

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      Once a month we'll send you an email with news, research and thoughts, as well as training courses and free webinars you may wish to attend.